What to do with the baby’s hearing loss?

If your baby has congenital hearing loss, or if there is irreversible hearing loss due to a disease, there are still many ways to help your baby hear as much as possible. You need to go to the ENT department of the regular hospital or the hearing of the sea to find relevant experts to consult, and in recent years, the technical aspects of hearing loss have been improved. Now, even0~1Older babies can wear hearing aids.

If the baby has severe or severe hearing loss, wait for him to arrive.1At the age of one, he may be implanted with an electronic cochlear implant (also called a “cochlear implant”). An electronic cochlear implant is an electronic device that consists of an electrode that is inserted into the inner ear (the cochlea) and an external device that receives and processes the sound. The electronic cochlea can replace the inner ear and transmit sound signals to the brain. There are many large-scale hospitals in China that have accumulative cochlear implant qualifications, including some hospitals with implant experience and world-class implant technology.

Implantation of this cochlea is helpful for many hearing loss patients who are not effective with hearing aids. However, even with a hearing aid or an electronic cochlear implant, most babies need a few years of speech therapy to listen and say what others can understand.

For some babies with extremely high hearing loss, speaking and listening are impossible. If this is the case, be sure to let your baby start learning sign language as soon as possible. Some families use a neutral approach that allows their baby to live as smoothly as possible among deaf and normal people.

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